Designer of many tatting patterns. Simple method of beaded tatting. Flowers are my inspiration!

Sunday, 23 August 2009

Finished Bridal Bouquet


For all of you who have been waiting to see the final result of the Bridal Bouquet then here it is in all it's glory!


22 comments:

Lace-lovin' Librarian - Diane said...

Absolutely gorgeous! What a lucky bride!

Carla said...

Hi Linda
What a wonderful bouquet, you are a genius, your flowers are gorgeous.

Karen said...

Oh, wow. That's gorgeous!

Just curious-is the bride planning on tossing it? I sure wouldn't!

Ginny W said...

That is Gorgeous!! I hoe she dont throw it unless you are there to catch it!

connie said...

OOOOOhh
I have goosebumps,that's so beautiful.
Connie

JB said...

That is so beautiful. What a wonderful heirloom you have made. Surely, the bride will keep it forever. What will the bridesmaids carry--just curious.

Vinnie said...

WOW!!!!!
Pretty, pretty , pretty....
Lovely

Clyde said...

Hi Linda, What a wonderful creation and a true tribute to the craft of tatting. You should be very proud of yourself. Very well done.

Marty said...

That's the most beautiful bridal bouquet I've ever seen. Like Ginny, I hope she doesn't throw it -- that she gets some ordinary old flowers to throw!

Anonymous said...

It's wonderful. I have no word to say what I think... Such beautiful flowers !
Bravo !
A french tatter...

Fox said...

So amazing! Very inspiring work!
Fox : )

Linda S Davies said...

Thank you, everyone, for your lovely comments and for those of you who have asked - no, she will not be throwing it! - it is going to be framed to keep for posterity.

I don't know anything else about the wedding as it is for a fellow tatter's grand-daughter in the USA (I am in England).

When a new tatter bought my books a couple of years ago with the express desire to tat her grand-daughter's bridal bouquet, I always said that if she got into difficulties I would tat the flowers for her. So you can guess what happened! I got the request to tat the flowers a few weeks ago, but me being me, went a step further and decided to do the whole thing! But don't think I am complaining - I have enjoyed every moment of doing it!

Bonnie said...

WOW! Beautiful!!

TattingChic said...

What is going on with blogger? I thought for sure that I had already commented on this post. I love your beautiful tatted rose leaves! What beautiful creations you come up with!
Thank you so much for your sweet comment on my blog today. I am so sorry to hear that you have to have surgery again. Surgery is no fun at all, is it? I am glad to know I can play some small part in bringing some cheer into your day!
Cheerio!
~TattingChic ♥

Tatskool said...

Sumptuous! She will treasure it for ever...well she better!

CORTEYGRIF said...

Stunning work,very cute.
congrats!
kiss
ROSA

MJ H. said...

WOW!! Very beautiful. Awesome work!!

Hugs
MJ

kawa80 said...

Cudowny

Theresa Siegel said...

I love your flowers, great work I am trying to do my own flower not for a wedding< so I have plenty of time ... may I ask which flowers you use in the bridal bouquet?

Toptattyhead said...

If you go to this post on my blog you will see a better break down of the bouquet. http://toptattyhead.blogspot.co.uk/2009/08/bridal-bouquet.html

Theresa Siegel said...

I think your flowers are lovely, I am trying to make a set of my own though not for a wedding. May I ask which flowers you used in the wedding bouquet?

Toptattyhead said...

Theresa, I used daffodils and star gazer lilies, rose leaves and one ring daisies glued at intervals down long wires.